Restaurant Reviews from Pierrot40
Lemongrass (Liffey Valley) restaurant
Arc Bar, Liffey Valley Centre, West Dublin, Lucan, Dublin, Area Code:
Reviewed 19th February 2011 ( visited 19th February 2011 )We come here on a regular basis. Everything is freshly prepared and very tasty. Portions are generous. Service is very friendly. Always come back here.
La Banca Ristorante restaurant
Main Street, Lucan Village, Lucan, Dublin, Area Code: West Co. Dublin
Reviewed 16th October 2010 ( visited 15th October 2010 )Went here yesterday and had a lovely time. Had Pollo Morso and Goats cheese and Mango salad which we really liked. As main course had the Tagliatelle La Banca which was absolutely yummy and Pollo Con Verdure Arrostite which was very nice too. Was a bit pricey, but would definitely come back again.
Tenors Grill Room (Naas)
Fairgreen Street, Naas, Kildare
Went here on a tuesday evening. Was busy enough. My partner had the tenors chicken tenders as a starter which was tasty. As main course we hat the grilled fillet of sea bass which was good but too much butter, I had the atlantic fish pie which was lovely.
Khan's Spices Indian Restaurant (Trim)
Emmet Yard, Emmet Street, Trim, Meath
Went here on a Friday evening as a group of 4. Service was attentive and friendly. Food was very good and tasty. Would come back here again.
New Hin Keng
25G Malahide Road, Artane, Artane, Dublin
Went here on a Sunday evening, was very busy. We ordered prawn dim sum and vegetable tempura as a starter. For main course we had Pan fried tofu and wonder lamb. Did not like the tofu dish, I am usually a fan of tofu, but was not pan fried as described in the menu. The other dishes were good. Would not hurry back.
7 The Green, North Co. Dublin, Malahide, Dublin
First time to this restaurant and very impressed. Nice relaxed athmosphere and excellent attentive table service. Food is also excellent, rich in spices and flavour. Portions are moderate. Prices around 10euro for starters and 20euro for main courses excluding rices/sides.. Would recommend to family and friends..
Vie de Chateaux
The Harbour, Naas, Kildare
Went here on a Thursday evening, my partner had as a starter goats cheese, which was served as a slice of goats cheese and decorated with walnuts and celery. As main course we had rabbit and pork, which we enjoyed. But was very pricey for what we got, portions were small and did not include side dishes. Just because its a french restaurant doesnt have to charge parisian prices.
Oscar Taylor Restaurant
Island View Hotel, Coast Road, North Co. Dublin, Malahide, Dublin
Came here in a group of 7, had early bird for dinner. Ordered the poached salmon salad as starter and the baked haddock as main course. Was very nice would definitely order that again.
The Cedar Tree
11a St Andrews Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin
Went here on a wednesday evening. Had a bottle of white lebanese house wine and the set menu byblos mezze, which had a big variation of starters and main menu. We really liked the food thought was fresh and good quality, not so much impressed about the beef in the main course too much cooked for our liking. But would definitely come back again.
12 West Pier, North Co. Dublin, Howth, Dublin
Went here on a saturday evening as a group of 4. We ordered the calamari and tomato soup as a starter, which were nice. As main course we had fish and chips, Tiger Prawns with a mussel and cream broth on jasmine rice and the grilled Hake with oven roasted vegetables and baby potatoes. All was nice but portions a bit on the small side. Service was very good.
6-7 Jervis Street, Millennium Walkway, Dublin 1, City Centre, Italian Quarter, Dublin
Went here today, had to wait for the table, so ordered a cocktail, which was ok but expensive. Had as a starter the Vietnamese Shredded Chicken and chicken pandan which was both lovely. As main course ordered Chicken Cashew Nut (Yummy) and the Jungle Curry Roast Duck which I did not like at all, first it was on the bone that was not mentioned on the menu but also just did not appeal to me, not the fault of the kitchen. Had a decaf latte afterwards and was lovely. Found it a bit overpriced and atmosphere was a bit dark. Food quality was very good.
Cactus Jacks (Middle Abbey St)
Millennium Walkway, Middle Abbey Street, City Centre North, Italian Quarter, Dublin
Went here today, my boyfriend had the early bird menu which was good value for money, I had the patatas with tomatoe sauce as a starter and the chimichanga with prawns as a main course. Food was average, nothing special. Service was very attentive. The interior of the restaurant was very nice.
Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, Dublin 15, Blanchardstown, Dublin
Came here on a Saturday for lunch. We always order the chicken and goats cheese salad and the parmense pizza. We just love the food there, portions are generous and good value for money.
The Oar House Fish Restaurant
8 West Pier, North Co. Dublin, Howth, Dublin
Were here on a Saturday for lunch. Ordered a variation of tapas dishes, deep fried calamaris, prawn pil pil, grilled sardines and Spanish Bocaronies. Was absolutely gorgeous, melting in your mouth so fresh it was! Ordered the pavlova as dessert, yummy! Definitely back again!!
Lemongrass (Liffey Valley)
Arc Bar, Liffey Valley Centre, West Dublin, Lucan, Dublin
We come here on a regular basis. Everything is freshly prepared and very tasty. Portions are generous. Service is very friendly. Always come back here.
Peploes Wine Bistro
16 St Stephen's Green, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin
Went here for a business dinner on Monday evening. Food was lovely, had prawn linguini as a starter, seabass as a main course and cheese for dessert. Service was exceptional good. Would come back here again, although very pricey.
9 Marine Court, The Green, North Co. Dublin, Malahide, Dublin
Went here today for a birthday dinner. Had as a starter the pork belly and the goats cheese, for main course the seafood platter and the seabass. OMG it was absolutely fabulous. This could have been a gourmet dinner as fresh and delicious the food was. But also the preparation of the food was very tasteful. We had a bottle of gavi with it. Including dessert and coffee the bill came to 110 Euro, not so cheap but definitely worth it.
Yamamori Sushi, Tengu
38-39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin
We were here on a Sunday evening after shopping, ordered the Norimaki Rainbow Special, Gyoza, chawan mushi, shojin salad and as a dessert the new york cheesecake and japanese matcha roulade. Everything was so fresh and delicious! Service was very attentive and friendly. Will be back soon!!
Thai Garden Restaurant
Church Avenue, Blanchardstown Village, Dublin 15, Blanchardstown, Dublin
Went here with my partner for the early bird menu again. The food is always very good. And the price is very cheap. Will be back again!
La Banca Ristorante
Main Street, Lucan Village, Lucan, Dublin
Went here yesterday and had a lovely time. Had Pollo Morso and Goats cheese and Mango salad which we really liked. As main course had the Tagliatelle La Banca which was absolutely yummy and Pollo Con Verdure Arrostite which was very nice too. Was a bit pricey, but would definitely come back again.
Unit 5,6,7, Clonee Court, Main Street, Clonee, Dublin
Came here as a group of 5 on a Saturday evening. All had the Jhinga Pakora as a starter, absolutely yummy. As main course we all had something different and everybody was very happy with the portions and the quality of the food. We also had a bottle of Riesling wine for a very reasonable price. Service was as usual attentive and friendly.